Tuesday, December 17, 2013

Haze Brown @RealHazebrown - Bright Lights, Dim Minds (Mixtape Review)

It's always nice to shed light on deserving talent as they make their come up in this industry. New Jersey has always been a breeding ground for talented emcees and the state has a reputation for delivering authentic talent and skills, Haze Brown has made the journey from Montclair to Newark, New Jersey and has arrived to deliver his latest mixtape Bright Lights, Dim Minds; a clever collection of the current and the nostalgic. Counting Outkast, Ludacris, Redman, and Nelly as early influences, the first thing you may notice about Haze is his serious approach to the making songs, a lost art in today's Hip Hop. An emcee game comic fiend with a gift of rhyming and an immunity to coughing while smoking, Haze Brown speaks nothing but fun, wisdom and truth behind his lyrics.

Haze Brown - R.E.B.E.L.

This is a solid mixtape. Haze focuses on lyrics and delivery, proving to be very consistent throughout this project. We also appreciate the production value on this project, as you can tell he aimed to impress. The beats are reminiscent of the classis days of New York, while also serving up a couple curve balls. You can download this project on datpiff, and you can listen and download the rest of Haze’s music on Soundcloud, Twitter, and Facebook.

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